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On Tuesday, June 20, 2017, the solstice, Spencer Paxson decided he would make the most of the longest day of the year. Waking up with the sun, he set out to climb (and descend) 10,000m. FYI, 10,000m is 32,808 feet. It’s a lot. To compare, Everest tops out at 29,029.
And did Paxson do it? Yes he did. Below is an infographic of how it all went down (and up).
To see the complete day from bottom to top to bottom, check out the Paxson’s story on Bike Mag.